Uniqlo opens 2 branches in Davao City

Subscribe Now May 29, 2017 at 04:26pm

In a matter of one week, Uniqlo is opening two branches in Davao City.

The widely-popular Japanese brand opens its first store in Mindanao at SM Lanang Premier (ground floor) on May 26. Meanwhile, the second branch in the island-region will be open at SM City Davao Annex on June 2.

Prior to offering their spring/summer 2017 collection to the public, the media and several VIPs in the city got the first dibs on the comfy pieces.

With the shop's wide range of collection for babies, boys, girls, men and women, there is surely something that will delight every Dabawenyo fashionista. And considering that it is their opening week, discounts and freebies are up for grabs until June 1 at the SM Lanang Premier branch.

Aside from the P200 discount for certain items, shoppers can also avail of the limited edition anniversary tote if their bill reaches at least P2,500 for a single receipt.

Uniqlo is known globally for its LifeWear apparel which boasts of innovative, high-quality designs made for everyone.

"We at Uniqlo are thrilled to open our first two stores in Davao in SM Lanang Premier and SM City Davao Annex. We are looking forward to bringing our high-quality and innovative LifeWear pieces closer to Dabawenyos," Uniqlo Philippines chief operating officer Katsumi Kubota said in a statement.

The LifeWear apparels of the Japanese brand are being constantly innovated to bring "more warmth, more lightness, better design, and better comfort to life." This has been the company's commitment.

This product line includes the famous Uniqlo shirts, pants, dresses, and proprietary clothing technology products, such as the AIRism, HEATTECH, and Uniqlo Sport.

Apart from the assured quality of their products, their affordability is another reason to visit the store.

For their men's, kids' and babies' collections, the lowest price is P290, and P390 for women's line.

Head to Uniqlo now and enjoy shopping for the entire family!

Source: sunstar.com.ph

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